The “virtual pinboard” site Pinterest is the place where I collect and share useful music technology in education links and I regularly highlight my Pinterest boards here on my blog. Today I’m putting my collection of remixing and sampling links under the spotlight.
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Four of my favourite pins
1. Sampling/remix example #1: Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That
There’s been a trend in the past few years of transforming spoken word into songs: use autotune to give the narrative a melody, add some chords and a rhythmic backing and you have yourself a remix. One of the most famous examples is this one:
2. Sampling/remix example #2: Pogo – Wishery
I’ve loved the work of Australian DJ/music producer Pogo for a long time now and he is a master at taking sound samples from movies and TV shows to create a brand new musical work. Here is one of his most popular ones: Wishery, based on sounds from the Snow White movie:
3. 30+ Sites The Serve Up Great Loops and Samples
This round-up post from Audio Tuts+ lists some great resources for loops and samples:
3. CC Mixter Creative Commons Licensed Music
A collection of Creative Commons licensed music that can be used for remixing and sampling projects.
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Do you have any remixing or sampling links of your own?
If you have any links you think I should add to this board, let me know in the comments.